Che Ingles

4 January 2017

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 January 4, 2017
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35 Yellow Boats Dedicated at Romblon

ROMBLON FUNDS FOR LITTLE KIDS Reported by Che Ingles: December 18, 2016, 35 families received yellow boats. To all those who helped, many-many thanks.

27 November 2016

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 November 27, 2016
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Finding Pearl

By Che Ingles Romblon has a very special place in my heart. Life could be tough for a person who does not have formal […]

27 October 2016

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 October 27, 2016
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Rocky Roleda and his mother, Maricel

ROMBLON JOURNAL #1 By Che Ingles Romblon has a very special place in my heart. Several years ago, when I was still working as […]

14 August 2016

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24 January 2016

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 January 24, 2016
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Turnover of Bataan Yellow Boats

Thank you Republika ng Filinvestor through Filinvest International for your donation to our BAGAC YELLOW BOAT COMMUNITY and for gracing the turnover! Thanks also […]

14 January 2016

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 January 14, 2016
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Bataan families get 111 Yellow Boats & 110 Engines!

Finally! The turnover! Thank you to all HopePaddlers who donated 111 yellow boats and 110 engines! You have just given 110 families “BAGONG PAG-ASA” new […]

10 January 2016

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 January 10, 2016
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110 Yellow Boats for Bataan today!

  A report from Che Ingles: THE DAY has finally come! Official turn over of 110 Yellow Boats to the fishermen of Bagac, Bataan happening in […]

19 December 2015

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 December 19, 2015
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Another 30 Yellow Boats for Bataan!

This just in from Doc Anton Lim regarding Bataan Funds for Little Kids: Another 30 yellow boats built bringing the total to 62! 48 more to […]

3 December 2015

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 December 3, 2015
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Yellow Boat for Mang Norberto!

Thank you so much Julius Babao, Mission Possible, Avelino Policarpio III, and team for donating a yellow boat to Mang Norberto, our yellow boat hero in Bagac, […]

18 November 2015

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 November 18, 2015
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Adopt a fisherman in Bataan!

“We often tend to think that through sheer hard work, any man could lift himself and his family out of poverty,”  says Che Ingles. […]